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When using applied anthropology, many factors must be taken into account such as the Darwin approach, theological approach, or any other specialized field of anthropology. Video/C 9751 The Hunting and Fishing Life of the Hezhe. The two discourses that launched Rousseau’s career, however, are the principal sources for a renewal of critical anthropology, combining as they do a critique of corrupt civilization with an anthropology whose aim is to redress global inequality.

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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1st ed. 2015 edition (January 23, 2016)

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